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How do I get agetty to work. I would be using cua1 or ttyS1. How do I configure it so that it works???
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Edit your etc/inittab and place the following:

d0:3:respawn:/sbin/agetty -h -t60 38400 ttyS1

I assume that you run linux in level 3 but you may use a different run level.


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